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Buckingham Palace

The official residence of the British Royal Family, Buckingham Palace is a palace located in London, United Kingdom. It is also the current administrative seat of the monarchs of Great Britain. On a getaway to the capital of England, you can visit this site rich in history. You have the opportunity to walk through some of the 600 rooms that make up it. There is, among other things, The Picture Gallery. It includes many works by famous painters such as Van Dyck, Rubens and Rembrandt. Buckingham Palace is also famous for the Throne Room. This place is used for royal receptions and investiture ceremonies.
Buckingham Palace

FAQs for Buckingham Palace

  • When was Buckingham Palace built?
    The building was built in 1703. In the beginning, the palace was a mansion built for John Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham and Normanby. In 1762, George III, King of Great Britain and Ireland, made it his personal home. It was not until 1837, with queen Victoria's accession to the throne, that this palace became the official residence of the English sovereigns.

  • What unusual thing can be found in Buckingham Palace?
    Unexpectedly, an ATM was installed in Buckingham Palace, under the recommendation of Queen Elizabeth II herself.